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got on with getting things back together this weekend, getting there, shouldn't be long
before shes all ready for a quick run on the dyno and an MOT :)

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Daaaayyym that's quick work 8o I was impressed with myself for fitting 1 brake disc to my 250 hornet! :rollin

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Daaaayyym that's quick work 8o I was impressed with myself for fitting 1 brake disc to my 250 hornet! :rollin

Looks mint :hat


yep im impressed with the speed of the re build :clap

from a frame to current position ? what is the time it took steve :angel

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from a frame to current position ? what is the time it took steve :angel


about 5 hours work, but that's also including splicing in the h/lamp loom :)

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went too work on the lamps and nose cone, i am thinking they are going to be just what i was after :D

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also did some work on the exhaust can, cleaned it up and got it ready for the MOT

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funny thing was as i was cleaning it some bits fell off!!!!! dont know where they came from, so
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Seriously thinking of fitting a recent CBR1000RR race seat unit 8o
I have been thinking about it since the new look blades came out, even before
BANNED fitted one to his bike, one reason for me not going ahead with it was that
he got round to it before me & i didnt want to be accused of copying :(
so now he has stripped and sold off his bike as bits, and i dont know of any other hornets with one fitted, i think it is time for me to go ahead and fit one :angel
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..that would look wicked ! one of the best looking seat units in the business ... hope you do !

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370steve wrote:
went too work on the lamps and nose cone, i am thinking they are going to be just what i was after :D

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also did some work on the exhaust can, cleaned it up and got it ready for the MOT

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funny thing was as i was cleaning it some bits fell off!!!!! dont know where they came from, so
wont be looking to replace them :rollin

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that pic of the bits that fell off made me chortle steve :evil
sorry you lost them in the cleansing process

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I clearly haven't been paying attention. :o

I'd assumed that this was going to be a track day bike, but with the lights and mention of MOT etc, this is going to be road registered, as well as your 600 ?

Enjoying the thread, as always.

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richard pitman wrote:
I clearly haven't been paying attention. :o

I'd assumed that this was going to be a track day bike, but with the lights and mention of MOT etc, this is going to be road registered, as well as your 600 ?

Enjoying the thread, as always.


yes richard
i too was rather confused at some point 8o

and as you say im enjoyimg the threads of both :clap builds / un builds etc :angel

but .....
a pic or 2 of BOTH bikes together is worth the wait :Pray

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awesome steve !!!

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Coming on well Steve dont know how you have time to assemble bike & post pics :)

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Coming on well Steve dont know how you have time to assemble bike & post pics :)


bikes !!!!!! not bike 8o :D

all the other parts in the background , im sure could make a other one :angel

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richard pitman wrote:
I clearly haven't been paying attention. :o

I'd assumed that this was going to be a track day bike, but with the lights and mention of MOT etc, this is going to be road registered, as well as your 600 ?

Enjoying the thread, as always.


Yes Richard its going to be road legal (i hope :angel ) thought it might as well get some use on the road as a w/end fun ride as well as the odd t/day
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bikes !!!!!! not bike 8o :D

all the other parts in the background , im sure could make a other one :angel


yes Ape, re building both bikes, will be able to get on with the other one as soon as i get the correct main bearing shells :Lick

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now finished playing around with how the nose cone sits, will stay as it is in the pic when finally
bolted in place.
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fitted the air filters and hoses, side stand, under tray and cleaned up some of the harness
that i didnt do last time.

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as i will be changing the battery to a CBR one, I will need to make a new battery tray to house it
so i "found" a piece of alloy at work this morning that i will make something out
of it later. :D

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I have now made a battery box out of an old series 3 Landrover headlamp mounting plate
that i found on a shelf gathering dust :D
it is an improvement over the plastic one i had knocked up before.
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Pics of battery box

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steve , you should get a part time job as a worker at hrc :blahblah

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cheers gaz :o

finished off fitting the battery box, then put it all together and wired it up


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then fitted the exhaust, re filled the coolant after re attaching the header bottle, tested the lights with the battery fitted.

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almost done enough to get her in for an MOT and Dyno setup :D
just need to make a number plate hanger, fit a side light and the indicaters 8o


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Looking good Steve!

It's going to be a lot of fun when it is running.


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I do hope so Brian :evil
just to make it a bit more fun a mate of mine told me he has a set of race cams i can have off him for it :Pray

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Pretty cool. Is this the final paint scheme?


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Pretty cool. Is this the final paint scheme?


No mate, thats just what it had on it from when it was a track bike, once i have a new seat unit on it i will give it a re spray, but it wont be anything flash and expensive!! in line with the original idea of keeping the costs down it will be simple and cheap :angel probably black with some detailing 8o

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specs up to date 8o

CBR600F3 front wheel
CBR600F4 forks (Racetec linear springs) alloy pre load adjusters
CBR600RR front calipers
Galfer wave discs
EBC HH pads
goodridge braided hoses and fittings
hornet tripples machined to take the CBR forks, bar rests removed
Gilles Vario bar adjustable clip ons
HRC Q/action throttle
Renthal grips
CBR900RR switch gear
CBR900RR clocks
Hornet Cup nose cone with Projecter lamps
CBR900RR radiator
CBR600F3 Carbs with Dynojet jets and needles
CBR900RR ECU spliced into hornet loom
Arrow CBR900RR S/steel full race system
frame and mountings hand modified to take the engine
airbox removed and K&N twin pods fitted with Samco hoses
HRC header tank
CB900 coils and leads
Ohlins rear shock
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Metmacex under braced alloy swing arm
R1 hugger moded to fit
alloy chain guard
CBR1000RR rear wheel and sprocket carrier
Nissin 4 pot rear caliper from MV F4 with hand crafted hanger plate
Gilles GP paddock stand lifter plates
R&G crash bobbins
Renthal 530 gold chain.
Hornet cup seat unit
CBR600RR tail light unit
CBR600RR side stand
hand made battery box
hand made under tray
CBR600RR battery
HRC rear m/cylinder res
race rear sets with hand made adapter plates
taper head bearings
CRG gold shorty levers
CBR1000RR front brake M/cylinder and res
R&G Race bar ends
braided s/steel crank case breather
Pro-bolt alloy sprocket nuts
Renthal gold hard anodised rear sprocket
venhill s/steel braided throttle cable
coolant outlet adapter bracket (90% change)
galfer rear wave disc
titanium front and rear spindle nuts

things yet to be done..........................
fit number plate
fit indicaters
fit side light
rub down and re spray
get new mid pipe made
fit exhaust can up by seat
fit s/damper
paint engine
powder coat engine cases
make new front sprocket cover
fit s/steel bolts
fit CBR1000RR seat unit
RIDE THE @#%$ OUT OF IT :D

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it's looking amazing ! Great spec' list - might be hard choosing which one to ride when it's ready !

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Cheers mate, I am realy looking forward to getting out for a "Play" on her :D
never know i might like the extra torque :help

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Just be carefull when you take it out on the road Steve............we know your not used to the extra power :angel

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cheers woodyeee :kissmyass

put the indicators on, fitted a side light and sorted a number plate mounting bracket.
all working and ready for MOT :)

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went through MOT this afternoon no problem :)
had a bit of a problem starting it up beforehand though!!
kept backfiring when i turned it over, couldn't get it to start properly, bit of a mystery as it was
running fine before strip and powder coat, managed
to flatten the battery trying, ended up removing the seat unit, tank and filter
but was still miss firing even after fiddling with the ht leads, checking the carbs and fuel feed
and making sure the plug leads were fully on!
then thought for a bit and checked the coil feed wires from the ECU, had the @#%$ wires on backwards :Bang
switched them over and bobs your uncle she fired up first prod of the button.
after getting the MOT sorted we put it on the DYNO :)
ran up fine until around 7k RPM & 80 BHP, when it ran out of power and failed to pull any further!
seems the main jets are far too small in the carbs i fitted (126's) and need to be much bigger
so last thing I did before Stu chucked me out & closed up to go to the pub, was change the mains to 138's
ready for another dyno run either tomorrow or Friday afternoon.

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if its not one thing then its another FFS, waiting to get another run on the Dyno, but even if i get it set up quickly I still wont be able to get out for a run, As i am still waiting for the insurance to get back to me to let me know if the under writers will cover my Modifications.
One Day things might go to plan :doh:

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Much better news after a dyno run tonight.
after fitting the bigger main jets it pulled all the way
to the rev limiter.
much much better result. still needs bigger mains,
finished off with 110bhp and 64 ft/lbs
so managed to get predicted high power figure with more to come.
Stu asked if motor had any internal mods coz he thought the motor felt nice and strong bottom end through mid range,
results are better than i had hoped for up till now.
going to fit some 150 mains tomorrow, but stu thinks we will probably end up with around 148's.

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Regarding MOT and insurance, what about the DVLA ?

Engine swaps on monkey bikes are common, not least because Chinky mills self destruct fairly regularly. I guess a lot of owners don't bother getting the reg documents updated, but apparently some of those who have were required by the DVLA to get a letter from a garage stating that engine numbers were legit etc.

Which is a bit much if you've done the work yourself, and don't have a bike shop willing to cooperate.

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Richard, as soon as i have every thing sorted on it mechanically then i will get it taxed,
then i will inform DVLA of the engine number/CC change.
to get the log book up dated.
if they require extra tax, then i will wait for them to ask first :angel
wont have a problem with getting a garage to confirm the engine for me :D

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Its a laugh is this bike modificating lark!!
its just one rib tickler after another :p
got down to Stu's yesterday, stripped the bottom ends of the carbs in situ, (to try and save time and effort) replaced the main jets.
put it all back together.
tried to start and not running on all cylinders!! fuel running out of headers FFS, suspect stuck float in carbs, so bottom ends back off, Re check floats.
attempt second start but same thing!
make decision to remove Carbs and do it properly, checked it all over but all floats set correctly and floats moving with clean fuel valve needles.
have now replaced everything ready for another try later.
But one thing i did find was that the Reg/Rec had burned out!!!!! Stu did mention smelling burning when we last had the bike sat on the dyno, and we did have a main fuze blow at the start of that run. @#%$ cheap Honda reg/recs, thats the forth ive had burn out :cry

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went down to Stu's shop, fitted the new Reg/rec, checked the carbs were fitted correctly, fired her up and..................................................... success!! now running again without fuel spilling from headers.
wont be able to get on the dyno till mon now, so just have to sit on my hands and wait.

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